"Alex's Interconnects are fantastic. The Wywires XLRs completely transformed my Bel Canto rig, kicking the Cardas made Bel Canto XLRs to the curbside. The RCAs did a similar number to my Audioquest King Cobra cables in my PrimaLuna rig. What then of the Wywires digital cables? Bits are bits and all that jazz... Digital cables can't make that much of a difference, right? WRONG! In every one of my rigs, the Litespd made a profound and significant difference. In my headphone rig, it replaced a cheap Audioquest spdif cable. In my Bel Canto rig, it replaced a Luminous audio Synchestra spdif cable. In the PrimaLuna rig, it replaced an AudioQuest VDM5 BNC-BNC cable and in my Marantz rig it replaced a Blue Jeans BNC-RCA cable. I used test material from Cesaria Evora, Patricia Barber Pink Floyd, Miles Davis and John Coltrane. What struck me instantly was the smoothness and the air around the instruments. Any trace of congestion in the midrange was instantly removed. The music flowed effortlessly and it appeared as if the frequency range had been stretched at both ends. Instead of the music congealing around the midrange (yes, I do mean congeal), the frequency response was extended in both directions, along with vastly improved sound-staging. Vocals and instruments seemed to float holographically in the center of the soundstage. The difference in most cases bordered on stunning. The difference between the AQ VDM5 with solid silver conductors was smaller, but still significant and definitely audible. Honestly, I was shocked at how much better the Litespd was than the other cables I was using. Yes, the Litespds are significantly more expensive, but in my opinion, completely worth it. So what gives with these cables? Were the other cables not true 75 ohm cables? The lack of shielding of the WyWires should allow RFI and EMI to wreak havoc on the signal, right? Not so! Maybe Alex can opine to why these cables sound so good. Seriously guys, I put my money where my mouth is....and bought 3. This, despite needing to be on a budget. They really are that good!" This was posted a few minutes ago on Audio Circle.